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Outlook 2010 - Missing "leave messages on server" option

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Any one have any idea why my "leave messages on server" option is missing. I'm running it in administrator mode.

Missing Option to save messages on server
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B/c you are configured to use IMAP and not POP3.
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Well, son of gun. I never saw that. Thanks!
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Anytime, very easy to overlook that one...
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